Have a look at my Minimal Christmas Home Tour for 2020 and see what boho style items I added in this year! I added some extra things and replaced some other items. For more tours like this see my Christmas page.
I updated my Christmas decor a little! To be honest, at first, I wasn’t into sharing my holiday decor this year. I wasn’t able to get to the stores and really have a look at all the new Christmas stuff to get some idea of what I wanted to go for this year.
When I did finally get out to some of the stores near me they were badly picked over or they just didn’t buy enough stock like usual since the pandemic is still around.
I did however do some early online shopping and replaced my white DIY village with a nice big set of ceramic houses. I love them so much! I also got a couple of small trees to decorate the rest of the house with and some fun new ornaments. Let’s start this Christmas home tour!
Boho Modern Style Christmas Home Tour
I still love my Christmas tree with sparse branches I bought from Balsam Hill last year. It is a 7.5ft Alpine Balsam Fir Pre-lit Tree.
This year I added a great woven tree collar to accent my boho style.
I found these amazing honeycomb ornaments online! They have magnets that hold them together. I will say, when I was putting them on the tree I broke a couple of them because the glue on them stuck some of the paper together in spots.
But, that did not deter me from buying another set. I love the look that much.
One of my favorite things about my last year’s tree decor is this long strand of crystal rhinestones gold chain I use as a garland. It adds such great sparkle to the tree, especially at night.
I added more to the fireplace this year. A 3′ Norwegian Seedling tree to match my main sparse tree and my Harmony Bell wreath I made a couple of weeks ago. That wreath is one of my all-time fav creations.
Here is a closer look and a link for the tutorial for the Harmony Bell Wreath.
I posted last week how to make this vintage harmony bell garland. It didn’t make it to the tree. I thought it looked great hanging around with the pom cable knit stockings.
This 3 ft Norwegian Seeding Tree is a great accent to the corner of my fireplace. I love that it is minimal too. Those mini ornaments are from Target Dollar Spot.
My joy wreath was a great find last year at Costco. It’s huge and lights up with mini fairy lights. So pretty at night. I originally bought this for my front door but I couldn’t bear to put it outside and ruin it in the weather. It fits nicely over my minibar.
One of my new favorites is this white Christmas village set I found online last month. It comes with battery operated tea lights, bottle brush trees, and 9 cute buildings! There is even a tall church there in the back.
Another great addition to my holiday decor are these pine branch picks! I put them all around the house, in plants and table decor to add a touch of the holidays.
My very minimal hallway, lol. I will be tackling this area next year!
And last but not least, my two fav people in the whole world! These two knuckleheads make the stay at home order bearable. I swear they wonder why we are home. I know they think we quit our jobs to stay home with them!
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